MPs demand radical overhaul of laws to protect whistleblowers

MPs are calling for a “radical overhaul” of whistleblowing laws to protect people who uncover serious wrongdoing including child sex abuse, financial crime and...

Why we should tax air travel more – and shout about it

I am a tree-hugger and worry about climate change at least as much as the next standard-issue, liberal member of the chattering classes. Yet...

Alan Turing: New £50 note to feature pioneering Second World War codebreaker

Second World War codebreaker Alan Turing will be the face of the new £50 note, the Bank of England announced on Monday. The renowned...

China's GDP growth slows to 27-year low amid simmering trade war with US

China's economy has slowed to its lowest growth rate in almost three decades, suggesting the trade war with Donald Trump is taking its toll. ...

Ryanair 're-names' Boeing 737 Max planes on order

Ryanair, which has more than 200 Boeing 737 Max jets on order, appears to have re-named the plane the “737 8200”. Europe’s biggest budget...

Two million workers to be eligible for sick pay under plans to help disabled...

Two million of the UK’s lowest-paid workers could become eligible for sick pay under proposals to support unwell and disabled staff launched by the...

Sports Direct shares plunge 15% as retailer delays results, blaming problems at House of...

Shares in Sports Direct have slumped more than 15 per cent after bosses were forced to delay publication of the company’s highly-anticipated results. Mike Ashley’s retail...

Government criticised for giving banks key oversight role over fraud and money laundering policy

Government plans to combat money laundering, fraud and other economic crimes have come under fire for allowing banks that have previously been implicated in...

Deutsche Bank boss condemns managers for having £1,000 suits fitted as jobs cuts announced

Deutsche Bank’s chief executive Christian Sewing has condemned two of his managers after he said they had expensive custom suits tailored the same day the company...

UK workers' scant savings make them vulnerable to possible sharp fall in jobs, says...

British workers are not saving enough and are ill-equipped to deal with a sudden slump in a labour market that may have already reached...
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A police officer who admitted to using a grieving family's cable television account to order porn is facing the sack.  PC Avi Maharaj was called to the...

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